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Learn How to Recognize, Treat Pain in Your Pets

January 26th, 2015 · 4 Comments · Pet Health

Do you know how to tell if your dog or cat is in pain? And would you know what to do about it if you did? We all have 30 minutes to invest in our pets’ well-being, so be sure to download to this great discussion with veterinary pain management expert Dr. Mike Petty.

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In this January 25th Tripawd Talk Radio episode you’ll learn:

  • How to tell the difference between pain signals and pain medication side effects
  • The best ways to talk about pain management with your vet
  • Different ways that front and rear-leg Tripawds experience pain as they age
  • and a whole lot more about helping our pets feel better!

Dr. Petty is a world-renowned expert on veterinary pain management whose steadfast and heartfelt dedication to pain relief is creating better lives for pets and humans alike. His upcoming book, Dr. Mike Petty’s Pain Relief for Dogs, will be a must-have resource for all pet parents when it hits store shelves in January 2016. For now, get ready to advance your knowledge about pain relief for pets:

Check Out Pets Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with tripawds on BlogTalkRadio

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4 Comments so far ↓

  • benny55

    Thanks for posting the link to the broadcast!

    I haven’t had time to listen yet, but I shall!

    Particularly interested in the difference between how rear leggers and from leggers experience pain.

    Thanks again for always bringing us such valuable information!!

  • Cathryn

    Terrific interview!! Anyone interested in surgical and post-op pain relief for animals – and humans- needs to listen to this. Moreover, Dr. Petty, touches nicely on the subject of communicating with your vet.

  • jerry

    Thanks Cathryn, glad you found it useful!

  • Lori

    Very informative interview – well worth the 30 minutes. The discussion provided clinical information in an easy to understand & comprehend manner. Thank you!

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